ARMS and Splatoon 2 Nintendo Direct on Wednesday 12th

New Nintendo Direct Announced for ARMS and Splatoon 2

Are you going to buy either game or are you waiting on Nintendo Direct to see how the games look? Nintendo is now back to producing Nintendo Direct presentations to drum up support for the upcoming games being released.

Nintendo Direct video announcements are among the best recent company traditions.

With The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild now out, Nintendo started focusing on other Switch exclusive titles which will hit all regions in the next few months.

"ARMS" is slated for a spring release, while "Splatoon 2" is scheduled for launch on the Nintendo Switch this summer.

Based on the image, it is clear that the Nintendo Switch is warping.

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The event will happen on April 12 at 3:00 PM PT/6:00 PM ET.

First off, Nintendo Directs aren't as long as you might think.

For the Nintendo Switch, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is coming on April 28, while plenty of other Nindie and third-party titles are releasing soon.

"Splatoon 2 and ARMs should get release dates". Especially as the Nintendo Switch has already been hacked and that only required the use of an existing iOS exploit that had just been repurposed for the new gaming system. The amount of these rewards hasn't been revealed, nor has Nintendo revealed the platform at the center of these bounties. The arena-based fighting game utilizes motion controls, where players choose between different classes for unique attacks.


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